Italian, Gluten-free
$ $ $
820 Washington St (btwn Gansevoort & Little W 12th St)
New York, NY 10014
(212) 254-3000
11:00am - 9:00pm
11:00am - 9:00pm
11:00am - 10:00pm
11:00am - 4:00pm
5:30pm - 10:00pm
11:00am - 4:00pm



  • Sit at the bar, order the Sicilian red, get the tortellini and the crab spaghetti, then the chicken. Go home happy and full
  • To drink: the Fiori is their take on a floral negroni, and it is perfect. To eat: start with the tuna tartare cecina (tuna in a chickpea crepe), followed by the tortellini and guajillo chicken
  • The tuna cecina is amazing. Get that and then get the tortellini and crab pasta and then the chicken
  • Awesome new restaurant. Makes you feel like you aren't in NYC and rather some beach town somewhere. The food is also excellent.
  • Get the tuna cecina and make sure to use the tomato sofrito heavily (soooo good). The punch in the pineapple cup is tasty and fun
  • Great coastal Italian from Torrisi & Carbone. Get the tuna cecina, squash carpaccio, fritto misto, Santina pasta, crab spaghetti, and finish with the cannoli trio.
  • Incredible! Get the tuna & avocado cecinas to start. Put them together w/the salsa verde. The most amazing tortellini & the rigatoni next and followed by the delish chicken. Tricolor cannoli FTW.
  • This is one of the most beautifully decorated restaurants. Start with a Cecina (chickpea pancake), then artichokes and grapes, fritto misto, pastas, steak, sea bass and cannollis to finish
  • Always start with the Cecina, always end with the Cannoli
  • The latest restaurant from Major Food Group certainly doesn't disappoint. Be sure to order the tuna cecina, the Rigatoni Norma, and the chicken, and wash it all down a delicious signature cocktail.
  • One of the best spots for summer outdoor dining. Lots of small plate options, great drinks, amazing people watching and just steps from the Highline and the Whitney.
  • Cecina is awesome.
  • same guys as torrisi/carbone/zz's. and they strike again! get a cecina (that smoky spicy sauce is to die for), squash carpaccio and tortellini. cocktails are legit. place gets packed so make a resy.
  • The Tuna Cecina is a steal at just $12 for an enormous, griddled pancake served with a deep bowl of luscious, ruby red raw tuna.
  • / NYC. ! !
  • Everything is a delicious and the service is very good.
  • A good casual spot, perfect for groups. Their fish main courses are on point: branzino
  • Some of the food but mostly full of themselves
  • The chickpea pancakes
  • Culinria italiana moderna, pratos caprichados e ambiente moderninho. Vale a visita.

Nearby places

99 Gansevoort St (btwn 10th Ave & Washington St)
btwn Gansevoort & W 34th St (btwn 10th & 12th Ave)
848 Washington St (btwn Little W 12th & W 13th St)